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Sep 24, 2010 1:00pm EDT
conservative. chris coats used to head the aclu's voting rights division, then headed the doj's voting rights division. what is the department of justice saying about chris coates who is still to this moment a doj attorney? >> reporter: that's right. he's been moved down to south carolina. he's no longer in charge of the voting rights division. they say they do enforce the voting rights act equally. it's not as chris koates claims simply devoted to protecting minorities, but to protecting all voters all across the country. so that's their claim, and they give their specific reasons for dismissing the case of the black panthers in philadelphia during the voting in '08, so they have made their defense. but they also have made it clear they do not want coates to testify, and yet here he is today. megyn: an extraordinary move by him. he's listened to his bosses' orders since last december, and my sources tell me he'd had enough, he couldn't get this inquiry go on one day longer without giving the testimony that has been subpoenaed of him. folks, this goes way beyond the new black pa
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